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Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 17:55:10 +0100
From: "Sam" <Samnospamchofsun.com>
Subject: Re: temp fix for sagging headliner


"Valjean" <JValjeannospamamcharter.net> wrote in message news:10o28l6j3677l69nospam.supernews.com... > Hey, just find the $100 and be done with this... > > "Sam" <Samnospamchofsun.com> wrote in message > news:2ubto0F28ptubU1nospamberlin.de... >> >> "P K" <pakobnospamo.com> wrote in message >> news:pakob-C31A16.19175227102004nospam.isp.giganews.com... >> > Is there a good temporary fix for the annoying sagging headliner? >> > It started in the back near the hatch of my '86 900 and slowly >> > worked its way to just behind the front seats, now big enough to >> > hang low enough to be visable in the rearview mirror. >> > >> > I've thought about of sliting the cloth near the hatch and applying >> > an aerosol glue to the backing and pressing it up. The other plan >> > is just to pin it to the backing with straight pins until I decide >> > to do a permanent recover job. >> > >> > Anybody do such a quick fix? >> > Thanks >> > --Paul >> >> We just pinned ours up with haberdashery pins. Looks pretty crap but to >> be >> honest I haven't even noticed it since it was done. >> >> Sam >> >> > Bugger that, $100 for a non essential job on a $300 car which might need $250 worth of work to get through its next MOT :-) Sam

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